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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 12 March 1909

r 4 i co Jt 10 I I I < C L x I r > t ii s 7 N i i2 > j f4 vvr i I fio < j + YLF 3 r = t r PageSI y r < rV I 1THEWnICHEsTERNEW S d I OPERAT RS ARE a QPERAJDRpREAGAINSt to 1r ant Flatly Re1useT q MakeNew l I r ment r 6IJf1f GOftt liNERS t r NOT SURPRISED I Owners of Anthracite Mines Offer to i Renew Present Wage Schedules For Period of Three YearsContend That Hi ll her Wages Moan Higher Coal Which Is Impracticable Under Present Industrial Conditions Hold Further Conference Today Philadelphia March 12 The an thracite coal operators met the com mittee of hard coal miners in th e Reading Terminal building here and anyote 1 the demands they laid before them and at the same time proposed to the mine workers that the present work ing agreement which will expire March 31 be renewed for another term of three years This decision asnot unexpected by the mine workers as they had long ago learne ed that the operators were against making any concessions Thomas Lewis president of the...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 13 March 1909

J1 M1 > d t 4 4i L L Last Edition 1r I < r 1 J t < t 1 > i J 1I J r t A f R d WJ v THE WINCHESTER NEWS r VOL 1 NO 129 WINCHESTER KY SATURDAY MARCH 13 1909 i CENTRA corf ii cianrs A irai I PRESIDENT H1K1TAYLOR OF KENTUCKY WESLEYAN 4 COLLEGE HAS RESIGNED AS HEAD OF INSTITUTION Resignation OfWell Known Educator Has Been Accepted By The Board Of Edocation Universal Regret IAt Action Is Expressed By The Citizens Oi Winchester And Clark Countyother h > > Professors Are Said To Be Preparing To leave College 1 Jr Editor of tltws As you and others in the Community have asked me AvhetliQr Jj have theb Presidency of Kentucky Wesleyan College I take this means of answer ingnIl jmqiuries by saying that I have done so and that my resigna till Jia S hgen accepted as I have bcGal i lUifya member though not oHicimiy notified I think it is also due those who are interested to say that this resignation is duo entirely fo the fact that I could not accept a salary less by 100 than the ...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 13 March 1909

a br b I o t LY t u 1 kT v 0 THE WIKCETER MEWS If r r > l t iliH I 0 bliWl I Iip iirptJI m c ffJt1LMift r l 1 iIWittter News Cs VThiipFited 5jkI r c W5f r ky 1 4 p Diktf bpt ditfaY a i1tPIr atter1 r jfof j lr 28 dfeia a tepoitoffic v1n i terKntu CkY under the dJJ fi 1 wfi ql Ai4 > ti iL1io1PTIoi RATES 2 Carrier Delivery bily tfne year > j 5 29 1 a a J lP i Pay1i1t f oMce or to colleclor vsryI4 011 aI Mall Delivery haYr 3 00 tX riontks t t mQnifjH r H2p iTv v Pftyble in advance jJ jjisffiQjATEs tA4yPor Inch JKu mel any edition 25 rare times with lone week 50 Dekozitinuon1y LO P pplour font weeKs four times a week 240 lour weeks three times a week 180 four wes two times a week 120 JTiir weeks one time a week 75 rTini e discdunts 3 months 10 per Mat 6 months 25 per ceptone f arjy33 Ir3 per cent fliidlni NitictsPer Line Ituariess notices body type 7c Purt reading news headings 15o 1 MewfPhoneHo SaTURDAYMARCH 13 1909 > TWO FRIENDSL I t > s At times the average editor gets ...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 13 March 1909

w Y jjo t I o Pe tt i IC V N li I N rrto Jt1l w T THEWIN HESTER NEWS1 + p T111il r t r i I THE POPULAR THINGS i iJ fr in Jewelry for the Spring and Summer are the new Necklace and Festoon Neck Chainsf WE HAVE A BEAUTIFUL LINEi Why not get one a6d have the newest thingout i y IL 1 CJHBOWEN T L Jeweler and OpUcian OPtiiJ wrSOCIETY I The Basket Ball team of the Preparatoiy Department of the College will play the second team > j of the Lexington High school Mon day afternoon at the Uollegegym i nasium at 330 oclock Admission 15cents Denies Report Y fMi Eleanor Robson actress de med Thursday night the report 1 that she was engaged to wed Au gust Belmont Through her man agers she issued the following statement statementMessrs Messrs Liebler K Co announce on behalf of Miss Eleanor Robson that the published port to the effect that Miss Robson is engaged to be married to August Belmont has not the slightest foundation in fact and is untrue jMr William Robb entertained rids night Messrs A ...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 13 March 1909

J JJ T f I c f Q bo t r LT TT TTiLijJLfL I w c J J O C > IDJ FaK I I 1 < S I According to the last census Kift tuakir has a population of 2147174 Tharc z fninn > A mil arc iJQ4OO sqiaro 40ofwmoh > t1 < rstrcims w1I1x 7 4 1 1 ithiuihe StatcasArule head in the l oiitheasfc and ilpw in a Northwesterly wl tionthu1ct rctardad the cpi 5 1 + lnietion oAoi idstUldt i S opEent of our resources io nany j ears j fOe QSif early railroads were built from ihirEast and went over the mote l v l territories North of the hid River and South of the Cumberland Mountauis In those days there was only It limited demand for coal and lumber Now that the demand has in II crease It would seem that I kind prpyideri ce has held in reserve our almost inexhaus fcblq ujtil lUes until a time wbcn they Are most needed by the country N0uf supply if timber is limited but there is notion to last 16kmany years to ome NWe have a coal area of over fifteen thousand square Jmilesj Other min 5 orals awai9eveIo...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 13 March 1909

x t r t j < It I H T5 411 > rw X Z til L awn t y r T H > STAGE i f I t SCENE FROM STROW6HEART THE GREAT COLLEGE PLAY At Opera House Thursilay March 18d4s k Sinonghearl There isalltTl excitement ofn rejrtilor iootbiill jfome in Hlronj IjesUvt ruSVoiio cts every hi tor the entliu iisiH over the ouconnter which lakc ificiin the second act of the liyvi aching almost as if in the Stadium miJlWateluii g the athletes i as they oiip And dovn the gridiron ed in unsealed cnvoldpes are subject to the same rate of postage as when i sealed two cents an ounce I Post cards in transparent louver lopes wilLgp at the rate of one cent j if unsealed provided there is nothing more tha lithe address of the oiic to receive it and and the name of the sender Stamp must be placed on I envelope and not on card when en closed in transparent envelope Post cards containing writing and inclosed in transparent envelope whether scaled or uiisealed iirist heal ativo = cent stamp and the stamp must be placed...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 13 March 1909

1 > 4 I l f cI t t J 4 i S l > S t i C > S j < r PaSixS THE WINCHESTER NEWS oJ S OPERATORS ARE G fIRM IN STAND s I Persist In Refusal to Treat 55 With lewis S < irrr lINERS WILL MEET TODAY wi rCaU Convention of Three An jthraclte Districts to Consider Prop Position of Mine Owners to Renew Present Agreement For Period of three Years Workers Will Insist on Recognition of United Mine S Workers of America r Philadelphia March 13T1e con ference between the subcommittee of I tha anthracite mine workers and op ro l erators to arrange a new agreement toVgo into effect at the expiration of the present working arrangement came toan end without result While the prospects are not as bright as they were for a peaceful settlement there is still hope that radical action by either side will be avoided The executive boards will today Is sue S a call for a convention of the S miners of the three anthracite dis iricts to be held jn one of the mining towns for the purpose of considering ...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 15 March 1909

1 h I F > i J fc I i f r1 t L f < t l J i last dtin R I Oc T 1 t T r TJr THE WINCHESTER r NE VOL 1 NO 130 WINCHESTER KY MONDAY MARCH 15 1909 2 CENTSf A COPY 11 CENTS WlIII VERY SUCCESSFUL MEETING Of I T CLARK COUNTY FARMERS CLUB Mr Mae M Of Bourbon Talks On Alfalfa And The Soil Suitable For I 1 Its CultivationProf Goode Was Unavoidably Detained 1 the meeting of the Clark County Dinners Club that was held at the cpurt house Saturday afternoon was one of the most interesting and instructive that the club has ever held and was attended ba large andinterested audience of farmers and others Ii x The only disappontmcnt in carry inj > out the program was the absence pi Prof Goode of State University > qf Lexington who was booked to liinake a talk on the subject of care > and breeding of hogs bui on account Vr of the State Diaryraens Association being in session there at that time it was impossible for him to come here ie Mr Mae Goff of Bourbon county one of the largest and m...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 15 March 1909

F w 7w 7 j I > I i r A 1 r > 11 I I t t II 1 1 t k Pagi1rw THE WINCHESTER NEWS r L V r J r TIE WHNKSTER IEWS I In RkI1n It JHwH pt 3rPMbB by r Th WkichHtw News Co J iIiiiorporaied OiMce SeMth Maim Street Winchester Kentucky f Daily Except Suncay f A Entered as secondclass matter X TM Hr 28 1008 at the post office i M triiMlUefier Kentucky under the i Qf qq 1879 SUBSCRIPTION RATES J5aur Dtlivety > ifc Iaiiyj eaeyear 520 u week vrrJ 10 Payable at offlci rto collector JTtry week Hall Delivery iyear > i 300 Slijionths f 150 iWM Jttpnth > a 25 iii in advance n lm ° ADVERTISING RATES V Display Per Inch ijbftt timej any edition 25 tfkrw times within one week 50 n weekj continuously LOO M calendar month 300 < TJEpkr weeksj fUr times a week 240 fo Tur weeks three times a week 180 I JTomr weeks two times a week 120 oiLWeeksone time a week 75 Tje dis qjints3 months 10 per 9 nt 6 months 25 per cent one f tar 33 l3 percent zz headlnfl Notices Per Line jlaaneea notices body type...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 15 March 1909

n J fr IJ J f 11 t Iyi I > r r I r r 4 + + q SI i Mr f F LLuL S Mr at w 3 d r s i 0 r tT ry f = aS rI L N nsi Ii art L tf L Fii Jf i I Vof Li f 3 1 c 1C i t J P 1 < t w < t ly J t5 < T Y < C > i t tI t 1 h 1 > x 1THE WINCHESTER NEW If J t 17 h t plTIiriIJ I THE POPULAR THINS 1 in Jewelry for the Spring and Summer reI the new Necklace and Festoon Neck Chains I WE HAVE A BEAUTIFUL LINE l Why not get one and have the newest thing out C H BOWEN Jeweler and Optician L 1 SOCIETY I Miss Allan CrutcLer will be hos tess for the Euchre Club on Thurs day afternoon = Literary and Social Club I Miss Margaret McKinley was the I charming hostess for the Literary and Social Club on Saturday after noon The house was decorated in March lilies and ferns Miss Mc Kinley received her guests in her usual sweet and attractive way There was a very interesting study of Sir Walter Scott Mrs William P French read a very in teresting paper of the Life of Scott Miss Emma Lee Taylor had ti a ...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 15 March 1909

1 tr = Jf ep w c ¼ 1Lc St 1 X 4 V A Q f I J z v > iA VV V IAy f T S i ik f F T it d J c t n 4 IIJ < tr 4 ft if J M riJkL d > < J f t TH1rF fI JlPWI < + J 1 j > Ji r 4 I v f JRY q r Ji L If I 1 1 J to 1rr KMtHckyV t jI kP 1 ror t 4aing id the Jast census Ken ti hal a population pf21 7174 i iretyjfi 40400 square miles j otof whioh is water Ths streams 7bn the State as a rule head in the ottea5I and ilown a Nortiwesterl I iehifiusyfact iffieaie coil i Iti Mhon tvf railroads and the eve11 ojpcAht oour ri 6Urcif ftli iUiri V bari J tvllfe e rJ1 railroad were built from jjtktAEasit > yI trritpries ij tP9f i he Qhl t 1 Rift r and South o ikej Cumberland Mountains Iii thcifee days there was Only a limited demand for coal and Jufiler iTbw that the demand has ili crokaed It would seeni that idnd providence has held in reserve our almost inexhaustible util ities until atim when they are most mostte lieefled by the country Our supply Viiimber is Jjinitedj but there is noujh...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 15 March 1909

i I 4r L1 d b 1 rrr 1 1 off t ti l = < < f fmar r t wa L w L 1 + r THE WIHGHESTEI NEW ltO r h 2PFIi i BUhLDOc11VES UP k LIFE FOR MASTER LUMBERMAN ACCOMPANIED BY PET HAS DESPERATE FIGHT j 1 r 1 orWITH WOLVES j CANINE DOES DEADLY WORK I i Frank Trathln Gives Up Work Buys i Rifle and Starts Out to Avenge Avengei I ter of Brutes Traverse City MichFrank Trathin cf Emerson which Is 45 miles north of 1 Newberry Is mourning the loss of his fine bulldog and that mov rejs none thg less sincere becauti niK j Bdled jjrthe defense of Trathlns life Emerson Is only a small place con listing of six or seven houses and a sawmill and the sawmill Is the ex cuse for the village as well as for num cross camps In the thick woods Toward one of these camps Trathln started jather late one afternoon The bulV Aalways accompanied him whel wne went and In this case it was lucky that he did Trathln has no love for wolves but despised them for their cowardice be lieving that they would not dare at tack a ma...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 15 March 1909

s C E JP C It x t t T r 1 J ro i f Par rSix THE WINCHESTER HEWS 7 w 4 i fALYHUNTS fOR ASSASSINS t s er 1 Rewards For Petro = I 1 i sinos Slayers 1 fiOyERNMENT NOT LIABLE r Lieutenant of New York Police Force Murderedat Palermo While On J Trail of Black Hand Leaders Does Not Come Under Protection Grant ed Diplomatic and Consular Bodies Must Be Considered as Ordinary American Citizen Abroad A V Rome March i5The question has been raised in Rome as to whether the United States is entitled to spe cial satisfaction from the Italian gov ernment on account of the murder or S Lieutenant Joseph Petrosino of the New York police department at Pal q t1 ermo while he was securing evidence against the Black Hand society at While the nature of the crime was such as to stir the hearts of all the people the officials have taken occa sion to point out that only the diplo matic and consular bodies are under the special protection of the govern went and that onlyin the event of a member of one or the ot...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 16 March 1909

i t tp l r f l l 1 > r f r to JW < t 4t 1J j sEdition J r last Edition > t T 1r > 11 a r tJ f S < 1 t i < S J > c i I < > v i S Yh 1 rr J ibli it jf 3 1l 4 rf r tJiow5 > d Yet t f J q C I 4 v 3 > X < + 1t t el r t r pF y Y THE WINCHESTER NEWS < j VOL L NO 131 WINCHESTER KY TUESDAY MARCH 16 1909 2 CENTS A COPY II CENTS A WEEK I DISTRICT BOARD SPENDS DAY 1 IN HEARING FROM THE COUNTIES Reports All Seem To Show An Enormous Crop This YearPreliminary I Arrangements For The Campaign For Pooling The 1909 Crop 4The District Board of the Burley Tobacco Society convened here in their second session of the Veal Tues day morning Practically allof Tuesdays seR ion was consumed in the hearing of reports from the va DOltS comIties which continue to show that an enormous crop will be I raised this year and the report of the Secretary f J The meetings arc being held in se crecy in the grand jury room at the cqurt house and newspaper reporters land all other outs...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 16 March 1909

I r I TTT I 4 b d t k Z r f i A S fi rL I tflsupnplfj < vTr it I I 7 4 PIpNTWS 4 TH WINCHESTER NEWS I J I JIE WnKMESTER NEWS Aft iBtkMfltfcnt Ntwsiiaper Published by e Tjii Wlnchestw News Co incorporated A tF Winchtsiff Kentucky t 4 dally Except Suncayr QbittMd as secondclass matter H Tmb r 28 1008 at the gost office if Wincttefi Kentucky under the I Act of Mardi 3 18791 18791I SUBSCRIPTION RATES + V Carrier Delivery I Daily one year 520 i Ox week r 10 Payable at office or to collector vrary week yMall Dms year > 1 300 h4x JM month4sp v 25 Payable in advance flii 1 r ii f M i ADVERTISING RATES Display Per Inch S Bat tune any edition 25 Jiree times within one week 50 je week continuously e j 100 One calendar month 300o JPour weeks four times a week 240i four weeks three times a week 180 JPomr weeks two timesa week 120 foar weeks one time a week 75 Time discounts 3 months 10 per > ntj6 months 25 per cent ornie 7M3 3L3 per cent Readihg NoticesPer tine lasinesa notices body typ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 16 March 1909

1 h > 1i1t ft 1 a < frI I I f 1 q t 0 1fo 4 I 4 k < L p THE WINCHESTER NEWS r I < 0 J 1 i l r rt d 1 P liTT a j < THE POPULAR THINGS f f fin Jewelry for the Spring and Summer are the new Necklace and Festoon Neck Chains iWE HAVE A BEAUTIFUL LINE IWhy not get one and have the newest thing out III I t 1 hc BOWEN Jeweler and opticianll r b t S OCIETY rEuchre Party r Miss Ella Pendleton entertained a few iends in a delightful manner last evening with an informal eu dire party in compliment to Miss Richie of Cincinnati the charming guest of Miss Mabel Shipp The house was decorated in March lilies and ferns Interest ig games of euchre were played until a late hour when a most 1 delicious and refreshing luncheon was served at the small tables per ectin their appointments Miss Pendleton makes a most farming hostess Her guests for the evening were Miss Richie the honor guest Misses Mabel Shipp Edna Gaitskill Mary and Allan Crutcher Sara Peak of Lou isville Richie Lane Florae S...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 16 March 1909

T c 1 11 I z t4e > t I I t r I m c 0 + 1 > I oJ s eFiir I i THE WIHCHESTEfc ME8 < c lCTOIfY 4 l IL 1 4Klntucky I p r J i Avoiding to tnelast census Km tucky ia population of 2141174 Tifrea is 40400 squ rc miles j 400 which is water Tiia streams within the State as a rule head in tile Southeast and flow iltt Northwesterly I direction this fact retarded the con sf ruction of railroads and the devel opfcent of our resources fo many 5 yrL Tkeearly railroads were built from 4the East and went over the more levql territories North of the Ohio liver and South of the Cumberland Mountains In those days there was only a limited demand for coal and lumber Now that the demand has in Creased vy It would seem that kind providence has held in reserve our almost inexhaustible util itics until ii time when they arc most needed by the country Our supply > f timber is limited but these is Boujjh vto t last for many years to ome 4 We have a coal area of over fifteen Thousand square niiles O...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 16 March 1909

L 1 sFJ f y J r o tiI I L o r > jf c > f < < > c > ilf s < to I < 4 I + r r 1 < Cf Bt w f P 4 1 1 T ft 1 t > > > < r tsF r r r tr ri I 4 + rr r f y T + + ta i V I r yy a i f e er + i 7 t i ff i1 A 44 atji 1w i i + Tn r y f fL + r ne1 THE WINCHESTER SMEWfc Fh ate BABYLON ThLGRIrAT QCVULD GLOPEOF THE 4YClFYT CITY 1 BHNG UNCOVERED RUflel Of JO CALLED TOWfli OTBMDEL The mounds which now mark the site of Babylon lie about eight hours distant from Baghdad upon the left or eastern bank of the Euphrates and they extend for about three miles from north tO south along the course of the river The nearest modern town to the ruins is Hillah about five miles to the south this too is on the Eu phrates which divides it into quarters connected by a bridge of boats It is a military post of some importance and the photograph gives a view of the barracks with the Euphrates in the foreground The town is built mainly from the bricks of ancient Babylon which for many...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 16 March 1909

r T 14f r c w f c < t i I c jkfc i L K Mt i S A I 2 L 4 4 s y3 V < ti Lt ik r I kT > Pagsixf THE WiNCHESTER NEWSI + r y I I Chicagos Smoke i lUlift for Art f k tictiirers Discovery In Soft Coal Clouds Clubm iv Hires a Play Company 4SocIe1y Takes to Possunj vf The Tascott Joke From Our Chicago Correspondent CorrespondentERYBODY rBRYBODY In Chi cago will bum soft coal and mis in a bit of tar mayhap to make the atmosphere blacker if the ideas of a lectur er on municipal art are adopted In the opinion of this artist there Is beauty In the belching smoke there are grace ful curvatures in the soot and cin der And mark you there is a limpid charm in the Chicago river The artist lecturer toW his audience that the cloud of mOke that hangs over the ityis an A artistic canopy and that the geniuses I of the brush and pencil are just crazy jto get to Chicago in order to make c pictures that will put a smudge on the name of Apelles Its all in the shad Ing Arid the smoke of Chicago fur ni...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 17 March 1909

k q 4 fT r last Edition c > T i M1 ty < 0 5 0ii Tvr i 2 ti < j V f J Pi fir J > t 1 7 d rglr T Yx i t n 4 + ta ki J IT j JI tJ 1iii r x tiLt 0 tli cKiIII t jiJ + t Q > l L I 1r Ta1 ti Llu r J r > r v > 1 Ii 7tffr TII n J T 1 1 t t f f < > 7 rfct i r c i THE WINCHESTER NEWS VOL 1 NO 132 WINCHESTER KY WEDNESDAY MARCH 17 1909 2 CENTS A COPY 11 CENTS A WEf 1 I EIGHTY PER CENT MUST SIGN F FOR POOLING OF THE 1909 CROP District Board Defer Definite Action Until Meeting Of June 0Much Tobacco Will Be Grown This Year The District Board of the Kentucky Burley Tobacco Society adjourned last night after allday session in which plans for pooling the crop of ° Q9 were discussed but final action t deferred until the next meeting h JunV 8 when the policy of the So ciety in regard to the pooling of the crop will be decided It has been announced that unless eighty per cent of the growers pledge their crops the attempt to pool will be abandoned and the three hundred million p...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
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